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Ideal Spot

Ideal Spot

I get over to Hahamongna Watershed Park about three times a week and I’ve been taking pictures there for two and a half years. You’d think I’d have enough photos of the place. But it’s different every time I go, with new colors, new angles or even a new family of ducks. I tried going [...]

There’s No Place Like Home Page

There’s No Place Like Home Page

Okay, I get it. I’m not welcome. Don’t come this way, don’t knock on this gate, haunted alley, I’d turn back if I were you. Yet just across the way, at 222 E. Harvard Street in Glendale… …is the Glendale Central Library, where you’re most welcome this Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. when I’ll be [...]

Zen Wednesday: #1

Zen Wednesday: #1

We’ve never had a Zen Wednesday before. I missed Zen Monday this week because it was the last day of the month and we do Last Day and–I don’t know, is that Zen? (Not that Zen Monday is ever actually Zen.) Then Tuesday was Theme Day. But we’ve got to have our Zen, so here [...]

Theme Day: Funny Signs

Theme Day: Funny Signs

There may be a part of Pasadena I haven’t scoured for funny signs, but I don’t know where it is. I had to go to Valley Village to find this one (thanks for the tip, Lisa!). Sometimes I want to tell people Los Angeles isn’t as weird as folks say it is. Then I see [...]

Last Day, May 2010

Last Day, May 2010

Our Last Day location is sorely lacking now that our little tree’s been mowed down. I put together all the photos I’ve taken at the Last Day location this month, and there wasn’t a single one I really liked. I see how the tree framed the shot. Now there’s an empty space on the left [...]

Shape Shapes

Shape Shapes

My weekend’s shaping up to be creative. I hope you get to do what you want to do, too. Have a beautiful holiday! Inspiration for the photo: John Sandel Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Honestly, Sometimes

Honestly, Sometimes

A three day weekend. Mmm, what to do, what to do? Old Town will be open, for one thing. That’s not quite true. Much of Old Town will be open, for many things. I do like to be honest on the blog. Here, take a look at the calendar of events. I took this shot [...]

Busch Gardens Pasadena: Sleuthing

Busch Gardens Pasadena: Sleuthing

I’ve enjoyed showing you some of the traces of Pasadena’s Busch Gardens we discovered on our tour last weekend. This was a special event to benefit Pasadena Heritage, a worthy organization that works to safeguard traces of Pasadena’s history. This fencepost and other traces like it might have remained lost if not for the enthusiastic [...]

Busch Gardens Pasadena: Traces

Busch Gardens Pasadena: Traces

Why are we gazing across a parking lot at the back of a building? Isn’t this Busch Gardens Traces Week on PDP? Why, yes it is. And this is the biggest trace of Busch Gardens, or actually of the Adolphus and Lilly Busch homestead, still standing in Pasadena. This building, on Arlington Drive near Fair [...]

Busch Gardens Pasadena: Gateway

Busch Gardens Pasadena: Gateway

If you ever get a chance to hear Michael Logan speak about Pasadena’s Busch Gardens, go listen and enjoy yourself. He’s got a great collection of photos and post cards, he’s knowledgeable, and best of all he loves his subject. Last Saturday Logan spoke to a crowded auditorium at Westridge School before we headed out [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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